Terminus, tout le monde descend
crappytaxidermy:

submitted by toby

crappytaxidermy:

submitted by toby

selfdefensefamily:

New Skull Defekts is mostly dope.

barelysarcasm:

He’s one of the reasons I write. A major reason, to be honest. Click through above to read a translation of A VERY OLD MAN WITH ENORMOUS WINGS, which is a secret weapon for all writers and imagination people.

hitchhikersguidetothegalaxy:

larrycoincidences:

do you ever have a plan for the day and suddenly it’s 4pm and you’ve achieved literally nothing 

I believe Douglas Adams and John Lloyd came up with a word for this feeling. image

Erry weekend day when I’m not working…

This is more stimulating than a intravenous shot of caffeine. 

gypsyastronaut:

Help! (1965)

I can’t think of a better lawn mower.

gypsyastronaut:

Help! (1965)

I can’t think of a better lawn mower.

theparisreview:


A hundred times already the sun had leaped, radiant or saddened, from the immense cup of the sea whose rim could scarcely be seen; a hundred times it had again sunk, glittering or morose, into its mighty bath of twilight.

Baudelaire was born on April 9, 1821. Read his prose poem “Already!”, translated from the French by Aleister Crowley,

theparisreview:

A hundred times already the sun had leaped, radiant or saddened, from the immense cup of the sea whose rim could scarcely be seen; a hundred times it had again sunk, glittering or morose, into its mighty bath of twilight.

Baudelaire was born on April 9, 1821. Read his prose poem “Already!”, translated from the French by Aleister Crowley,

I see it all

I see it all

Unlike roads and bridges, large portions of the software infrastructure of the Internet are built and maintained by volunteers, who get little reward when their code works well but are blamed, and sometimes savagely derided, when it fails.
It’s easy to take open-source software for granted, and to forget that the Internet we use every day depends in part on the freely donated work of thousands of programmers.
thecvltnation:

The Body New Short Film: At The Mercy Of It All Now Showing
The BODY are a creative force that inspires others to be creative as well. This is evident in their new short film by Jason Evans for their song “At The Mercy Of It All.” Check out this 9 minute visual that goes perfectly with the mind-numbing sounds of The BODY!



The Body Tour…
http://www.cvltnation.com/the-body-new-short-film-at-the-mercy-of-it-all-now-showing/
#AvantGarde, #Film, #Music, #MusicVideos, #Sludge

thecvltnation:

The Body New Short Film:
At The Mercy Of It All
Now Showing

The BODY are a creative force that inspires others to be creative as well. This is evident in their new short film by Jason Evans for their song “At The Mercy Of It All.” Check out this 9 minute visual that goes perfectly with the mind-numbing sounds of The BODY! The Body Tour…

http://www.cvltnation.com/the-body-new-short-film-at-the-mercy-of-it-all-now-showing/

#AvantGarde, #Film, #Music, #MusicVideos, #Sludge

Urgent security update

support:

Bad news: A major vulnerability has been disclosed for the technology that powers encryption across the majority of the internet. That includes Tumblr. Our team took immediate action to fix the issue, but you should still take some time to change your password, not only here but on any other sites you visit. 

You should also strongly consider enabling two-factor authentication. It’ll go a long way to ensure that no one besides you can access your account. Thanks, and take care.

 

Burnt by the sun

At 15:30:08 UTC on Sun, 4 December 292,277,026,596 64-bit versions of the Unix time stamp will cease to work, as it will overflow the largest value that can be held in a signed 64-bit number. This is not anticipated to pose a problem, as this is considerably longer than the time it would take the Sun to theoretically expand to a red giant and swallow the Earth.
(source)

In case you were afraid of the Year 292,277,026,596 bug & that using a signed 64 bits integer to store Unix time wouldn’t be a good solution to the Year 2038 problem

Urgent security update

staff:

Bad news. A major vulnerability, known as “Heartbleed,” has been disclosed for the technology that powers encryption across the majority of the internet. That includes Tumblr.

We have no evidence of any breach and, like most networks, our team took immediate action to fix the issue.

But this still means that the little lock icon (HTTPS) we all trusted to keep our passwords, personal emails, and credit cards safe, was actually making all that private information accessible to anyone who knew about the exploit.

This might be a good day to call in sick and take some time to change your passwords everywhere—especially your high-security services like email, file storage, and banking, which may have been compromised by this bug.

You’ll be hearing more in the news over the coming days. Take care.